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The newly artificially raised amphidiploid plant named ai-Fuyo (Hibiscus muta-moscheutos), obtained from the progeny of H. mutabilis x H. moscheutos. (Studies on interspecific and intergeneric hybridization in the Malvaceae VII)



The newly artificially raised amphidiploid plant named ai-Fuyo (Hibiscus muta-moscheutos), obtained from the progeny of H. mutabilis x H. moscheutos. (Studies on interspecific and intergeneric hybridization in the Malvaceae VII)



Ikushu-gaku Zasshi/Jap. J. Breeding. 14: 27-32



Amphidiploid F2 plants (2n = 130), obtained by colchicine treatment of F1 plants from the cross H. mutabilis (2n = 92) x H. moscheutos (2n = 38), are described.

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